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Wanzo last won the day on November 15 2017

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  1. Evolvr notes: 1. Keep same backswing feels and continue to work to shorten the arm swing on the backswing, stop arms when pivot stops 2. Keep head steady or feel it moving away from target slightly at start of downswing 3. Feel right side bend, right shoulder closer to right hip in downswing 4. Keep my tilt as I keep the body turning through lot of slow swings for now to work on this new feel All with the goal to flatten the shaft and get clubhead coming into the ball a little more from the inside and a little shallower
  2. Latest Evolvr Notes: Add in a feeling that the hips are opening to start the downswing as the shoulders are slow to open or even not opening. this should help tie some of the other pieces i'm working on together.
  3. Really nice looking clubs 👍
  4. 3. Groove cleaning brush, white shorts (if that counts), hard 7 iron.
  5. I vote no. Maybe if I was single. Odds pretty well in my favor doesn’t make me feel any better if I’m in jail for 5 years away from my family. Although I do feel confident I could do it. Just not worth that risk.
  6. This makes sense. Thanks for the reply. This is specifically something I’ve been working on lately with evolvr so wanted to make sure I understood. I have the tendency to accelerate a little too much instead of just coasting into the ball.
  7. I didn’t look back to see if this has been specifically referenced before, but in this video he mentions Sam putt lab data that shows pros go forward twice as much as back in their putting stroke? No need to watch the whole video but just watch 20 seconds starting at the 3:00 min mark. I tried to google the data but didn’t look too hard yet
  8. Have you listened to this podcast (chasing scratch)? i couldn't tell, honest question. I'm always intrigued to hear how people do it who are one step (or many steps) ahead of me. I've found some interviews on the "18Strong" podcast to be interesting along these lines. He has had a few guests like this, (former club champion at bellerive, guy who has won many amatuer events and competing nationally in usga am stuff, former Mizzou player now trying to make it on tour, etc.). it might be more interesting to me since the host is from st. louis (not far) so i am familiar with some of the guests. The strategies and mindsets seem to vary of course, but i would say one common theme is they are focused, have a plan and work the plan.
  9. I was wondering if you would find the thread, ha. I enjoyed season one and glad there will be a season 2...
  10. I listened to it a few months ago or whenever it ended. I thought it was entertaining. It drug on a little at times, but the guys seem genuine,down to earth and it's about guys trying to get better at golf so there's that. Pretty much anything golf related i'll listen to. I can't remember exactly how the progression goes, but their plan gets a little better (more defined) as they go i think. i need to consistently remind myself to stick to the process of good instruction and think long term. Not getting hung up on one round or defining success by ball flight or contact when i'm working to improve my swing.
  11. glad they are keeping the mtb black version, it's my go to ball right now.
  12. Evolvr notes: Keep exaggerating the takeaway changes and flattening of the shaft motion with out pauses at a very slow speed. Add in left wrist flexion on the down swing. Keep monitoring head movement in the downswing
  13. agree. Also, but even if the "offenses" were the same, Americans are going to give more grace to Kuchar.
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